Baltimore (5-1) at Houston (5-1) — 1 p.m., CBS
The Ravens lead the NFL with 34 offensive plays covering 20 yards or more. QB Joe Flacco leads the league with 18 pass plays covering at least 25 yards. WR Anquan Boldin has nine receptions covering at least 20 yards, including a touchdown. Texans DE J.J. Watt leads the NFL with 91 / 2 sacks. Houston’s defense has not allowed a rushing touchdown this season.
Washington (3-3) at New York Giants (4-2) — 1 p.m., FOX
Robert Griffin III rushed for 138 yards and two touchdowns last week, becoming first rookie quarterback in Super Bowl era to rush for 100-plus yards and at least two TDs in game. He leads NFL with 70.2 completion percentage and ranks third with 100.5 rating. His six TDs rushing are second in league. Eli Manning has won 10 of past 14 starts against Redskins and 25-5 (.833) in October.
New Orleans (1-4) at Tampa Bay (2-3) — 1 p.m., FOX
The Bucs are ranked 31st in pass defense. New Orleans struggles in the same category, where it ranks 26th. Saints WR Marques Colston has 18 receptions for 284 yards and four touchdowns in his past two games.
Tennessee (2-4) at Buffalo (3-3) — 1 p.m., CBS
The Titans are 0-3 on the road, outscored by a combined 106-31. In their three losses, the Bills have allowed 145 points and 1,585 yards, forcing just four turnovers and seven punts.
Dallas (2-3) at Carolina (1-4) — 1 p.m., FOX
Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams and Hall of Famer Jim Brown are the only NFL players to average more than five yards per carry with a minimum of 1,000 carries.
Cleveland (1-5) at Indianapolis (2-3) — 1 p.m., CBS
Colts place kicker Adam Vinatieri needs 10 points to reach 1,800 for his career. The Browns have lost 10 straight road games, dating from last season’s win in Indianapolis.
Green Bay (3-3) at St. Louis (3-3) — 1 p.m., FOX
Rams RB Steven Jackson has 576 yards from scrimmage in his past four games against Green Bay. Aaron Rodgers last week became the first QB in Packers history to throw six touchdowns and no interceptions.
Arizona (4-2) at Minnesota (4-2) — 1 p.m., FOX
The Cardinals have allowed 28 sacks and 44 quarterback hits, both by far the most in the league. WR Percy Harvin leads the NFL with 49 receptions. He has caught a pass in every game of his career.
New York Jets (3-3) at New England (3-3) — 4:25 p.m., CBS
The Patriots have three receivers with at least 29 catches, led by Wes Welker with 48. Welker has more than 100 yards receiving in each of his past four games, and New England leads the NFL with 31.1 points per game. Jets LB Bart Scott has played in 115 consecutive games. Place kicker Nick Folk is perfect on seven field goals and 16 extra-point tries.
Jacksonville (1-4) at Oakland (1-4) — 4:25 p.m., CBS
The Raiders haven’t beaten the Jaguars since the teams’ first meeting in 1996. But Jacksonville has been outscored, 99-16, in its past three trips to the West Coast.
Pittsburgh (2-3) at Cincinnati (3-3) — 8:20 p.m., NBC
The Steelers are 0-3 on the road this season. They haven’t dropped their first four road games in a season since 2006. Pittsburgh is converting 51.9 percent of its third downs, best in the league. The Bengals are converting only 26.7 percent of their third-down plays, worst in the league. Cincinnati WR A.J. Green has touchdown catches in his past five games.
Detroit (2-3) at Chicago (4-1) — 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Last week, Detroit rallied from 10 down in fourth quarter to beat Philadelphia, winning in OT on Jason Hanson’s 45-yard field goal. Stafford led Lions to 17 points in last 10 minutes to force overtime, throwing TD pass and running for score. He finished with 311 yards passing. The Bears are tied with Atlanta for the league lead with 17 takeaways (13 interceptions, four fumble recoveries) and tied for fourth with 18 sacks.